The museum is small but jam packed with stuff. This is the museum from which I have taken the most pictures. Lots of uniforms, militaria, and dioramas. A real treat. Organisation is better than the Army Museum in Istanbul,though labeling could do some work. Some of the exhibits are of questionable accuracy, but in general this is the work of an enthusiast and it shows. The Museum covers Ottoman History from the Seljuk period to the modern era, and also covers WW2. Its one of the few Museum's in Istanbul that cover the Balkan Wars. Because of the massive amount of pictures I will let them speak for themselves.
Awesome german propaganda painting presenting many of the leaders of the Central Powers.
Mustafa Kemal at Tripoli
Allegoric Propaganda piece from the 1st Balkan War. A Bulgarian and Greek soldier, force a Ottoman soldier to become christian in Thessaloniki
Goeben/Yavuz Selim model
The Rivals: Kemal Ataturk and Enver Pasha
Omnious. Anatolian Greeks in Izmir by the quay watch the entrance of Kemal Ataturk in worry
Really interesting. Pictures of what I think is Evzones from the Inter-war era